Attorney Bruce Katzen Uses his Background in Accounting to Take on Complex Cases

Bruce Katzen is an attorney who practices law in the State of Florida. Katzen attended Boston University as an undergrad and graduated summa cum laude in the year 1980. After obtaining his bachelor degree he went on to study law at the University of Miami, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1984. He now serves as chair to the Kluger Kaplan’s Trust & Estate’s Litigation Practice Group, where he focuses on litigation of probate and trust and guardianship. He also focuses on corporate matters, being a certified public accountant, and practices commercial litigation in securities and stockbroker liabilities.
Bruce Katzen states that it was his previous work as a certified public accountant that sparked his interest in commercial litigation and the very complicated financial fraud cases he and his firm take on a daily basis. In fact, most cases are very complex and have very detailed and very particular linguistics that a person without his background would have quite a bit of trouble understanding. Katzen’s experience allows him to take on more cases and follow them through appropriately and effectively.
Bruce Katzen has won several awards, some of them very noteworthy. Some of his awards include the Best Lawyers in America hosted by the U.S. News and World Report in Securities/Capital Markets Law from 2011 to 2019 as well as South Florida’s Top Rated Lawyers award for Commercial Litigation in Martindale Hubbell Legal Leaders for the year 2012.
Katzen states that he is very passionate about his clients and his cases. He attributes his success to that passion and a combination of his background and expertise in the area of commercial litigation and his background in accounting and finance, which allows him to create a winning formula to approach any and all challenges with, including the most complex of cases.